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Learn How To Do Martial Arts Ten Time Faster!

April 18, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 165

And why shouldn't you should learn how to do the martial arts the fast way? You can't take a long time to learn real self defense, people get married, go to school, and the mugger certainly won't wait. In this article, however, I want to look at a few of the reasons why people should learn how to do arts like Karate, Kung fu, Tai Chi Chuan, and so on, fast.

Mind you, I am not proposing how to do self defense moves only, or how to do martial art punches, or something like that. I am talking about learning a complete system. I am talking about learning how to do taekwondo, or do karate, and all within a handful of months.

I know, common opinion is it takes four years to black belt, and a dozen or twenty years to master karate or kung fu, or any other single art. And the reason people thought it took a month to cross the country by stagecoach is because cars hadn't been invented. Let alone planes.

But the United States army teaches a person how to be a soldier within a few months. That's high tech weaponry, how to move as part of a unit, how to do all the things that a highly trained combat specialist must know to survive outright war. So why can't somebody learn how to do the martial arts in a few months?

Or, if you think about it, how long does it take a child to learn how to play on a computer? Heck, you give a kid an ipad or iphone, and they will have that things turning flips within a few minutes! So why can't we learn martial arts as fast as youngsters learning how to play on computers?

What we are talking about is intuition, and not the mindless, rote drilling of martial arts techniques you probably won't see in a fight. Intuition is the grasping of a concept, and if you grasp the concept it takes very little karate drilling or taekwondo drilling, or whatever your martial drilling, to make it work. Even things like Dim Mak and Golden Bell Kung Fu training, if you understand the concept it takes very little time to learn.

Heck, when you first learn something, it's almost always hard to do, until you suddenly get the idea behind it, then it all becomes easy, so easy it is almost mystical. So why not learn using a conceptual method, and bypass all the bushwah that goes with not understanding what the heck you are doing? Why not just move to the front of the class, get the right Martial information, and then do it?

In this teachers experience people are able to learn in this fashion, the only problem is figuring out what the concepts are, and how to present them so the karate practitioner or the aikido student understands them. Heck, any martial art can be broken down to concepts, the only reason we haven't done this thus far is that people have become enthralled and enchanted with the slower, classical martial arts methods. But we can break free from the 'classical mess,' we can learn concepts fast and intuitively, we can learn how to do martial arts the fast way, and make it look easy.

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